Support students as they seek to serve their communities through therapeutic relationships.
The Division of Counseling and Family Therapy, part of the Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions, roots its mission in cultivating truth, values and a just existence in the fields of counseling and family therapy. It provides clinical services to military families, underserved communities in Denver and Colorado Springs and other rural areas of Colorado. Graduates of these programs go on to serve the most vulnerable populations and improve wellness and quality of life for the people they help.
Your gift to the Division of Counseling and Family Therapy Excellence Fund helps students become equipped to enter into the service of their communities. The services they provide in the forms of therapeutic relationships foster hope and courage in those who are moving towards living a more productive life with others. These gifts support the growth of services clinics can provide, increase community outreach opportunities and continue the exceptional clinical training that happens here at Regis.
In the past year:
- Graduates had a higher passing rate for licensure than the national average.
- Anibal Torres Bernal, Ph.D., LMFT, was selected as the new associate dean.
- Students served 1,828 client hours served by students.
- DCTF was awarded the Colorado Springs Health Foundation Grant to support behavioral health services for military clients and their families.